Arts+ – Annual Giving Coordinator

Categories: Job Opportunities

Position: Annual Giving Coordinator
Status: Full Time, 40 hours per week, non-exempt
Salary: $31,000-$35,000, commensurate with experience
Revised: 6/10/19

The Annual Giving Coordinator reports to and provides direct support to the Director of Annual Giving. In this role, the AGC maintains Arts+’s donor database including data entry and extraction, writes and coordinates grants, assists with event planning and execution, and prepares donor acknowledgment letters. The Annual Giving Coordinator is a member of a dynamic organization, committed to outstanding and accessible arts education. S/he plays an important role in Arts+’s 3-person fundraising team, which is responsible for raising contributed revenue for a $1.9 million organization.

 Assume significant responsibility for the grant process in coordination with the Director of Annual Giving, including: coordinating and writing grants, proposals, and reports, compiling program information, and maintaining funding calendars.
 Manage, maintain, and ensure the accuracy and integrity of the eTapestry database including: data entry, extraction, processing, storage, manipulation, analysis, and reporting.
 Process donations and write donor acknowledgment letters.
 Lead the design and creation of funder and sponsor program impact reports. Track sponsor benefits.
 Assist with donor communications and stewardship activities, including preparing fundraising mailings.
 Create communications plans for annual campaigns, including social media posts, newsletter articles, and e-blasts.
 Assist with the planning and implementation of development special events.
 Manage Arts+’s participation in third-party campaigns and matching gift programs.
 Research individuals, foundations and corporate prospects to identify new funding sources.
 Provide general support to Arts+’s fundraising team.
 Attend, provide general support for, and represent Arts+ at various programs.
 Other duties as assigned.

 Bachelor’s degree required, 2 years’ experience in fundraising preferred
 Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) required
 Strong technical and creative writing skills
 Database experience preferred
 Superior organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to prioritize work flow
 Proactive approach to work, ability to demonstrate ownership of tasks
 Ability to foster a cooperative work environment, strong interpersonal and communication skills
 Personal commitment to arts education

Please email cover letter and resume with the subject header, Annual Giving Coordinator to: NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

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